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Force Development Defined

Force Development is a holistic, learner-centered approach that deliberately connects our Airmen’s training, education and experiences throughout their careers to Develop the Airmen We Need to succeed in complex, multi-domain operational environments.  For current information on many force development initiatives, click here to jump to the Learning Professionals and FD Credentials Division web page.

  • AFCDA: Reimagining learning

    Under Second Air Force, the Air Force Career Development Academy is modernizing the way Airmen and Guardians continue to learn later in their careers by redesigning how they structure career development courses (CDCs).

  • AFIT professor earns Harold Brown award

    Wright-Patterson Air Force Base, Ohio - Air Force Institute of Technology faculty member Scott Nykl received the 2023 Harold Brown Award for his groundbreaking research on computer vision-based relative navigation for autonomous aerial refueling.He is the second AFIT faculty member to win this

  • Keesler team hosts occupational competency seminar

    Air Education and Training Command officials conducted an occupational competency seminar covering two career fields – command and control battle management operations, Air Force specialty code 1C5X1, and command and control operations, AFSC 1C3X1, here, March 18-21. Airmen and Guardians attend

  • Schoolhouse Rock: Sheppard Air Force Base

    he schoolhouses at Sheppard Air Force Base, Texas, are helping equip the next generation of civil engineers with the knowledge and skills to prepare for the future fight.

  • A platform of success at the 335th TRS

    Technical training transformations target different aspects of an Airman’s educational experience, including the modernization of their learning infrastructure. The Learn-to-Win program, originally launched last year in the 335th Training Squadron’s weather course, empowers technical training